Our favourite maximalist Instagram accounts to reignite your feed

Creatives with a passion for pattern, a sharp eye for curation and a love of colour

Admit it: sometimes you just want some colour and texture in your life. Whether it’s leopard print accents or baroque-inspired details you’re looking for, we’ve scoured Instagram to bring you our favourite maximalist accounts that celebrate more being more.

While not all are interior designers, they all share a passion for patterns, a sharp eye for curation, a dose of excess and above all a love, love, love of colour.

Dimore Studio mix periods and styles in their sophisticated creations

Creative director Matthew Williamson infuses his feed with technicolour mash-ups

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SUNDAY Staying in and keeping it cosy. #mwinterior

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Interior designer Rachel Chudley inspires us with her unconventional ideas and playful cut-ups

Writer Michelle Ogundehin champions the art of colour blocking

Tradition meets eccentricity on interior designer Jacques Grange’s feed

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Artist and designer Luke Edward Hall’s bold interiors are unapologetically ‘extra’

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Sunday evening

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Furniture designer Alison Rose raises the bar for exuberant interior inspiration

Interior designer Kelly Behun’s maximalist travel feed fuels our wanderlust

It’s all about bold graphics and riotous patterns for Spanish artist Jaime Hayon

More is more for interior architect Martin Brudnizki who shares Instagram’s most lavish spaces

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In the pink ? artwork by @lukeedwardhall @m_b_d_s_

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Interior designer Jaques Garcia is an advocate for Baroque excess

Design consultant Charlotte Rey’s feed is a Dolce Vita-tinged mood board

It’d be remiss not to include the woman credited with reigniting the maximalist movement – India Mahdavi

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